Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II is seen at the Chichester Theatre while visiting West Sussex on Nov. 30, 2017, in Chichester, United Kingdom. Getty Images/Stuart C. Wilson

Queen Elizabeth still has a very busy schedule despite her delicate age of 93.

Daniel Esler, a journalist for News.co.au, just revealed that Her Majesty only has two days off in a year, though this doesn’t include weekends. Since she’s the head of the monarchy, the Queen gets to enjoy her free time on Christmas Day and on Good Friday.

However, the Queen is still seen in public on Christmas Day. Every year, she and the other members of the royal family head to church for their annual service. Last year, the royal family attended a service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.

Since the day that she was crowned as Queen, the monarch’s routine has been pretty much the same. Every morning, she receives an official red box filled with correspondence and government paperwork. She also attends several engagements daily but has slowed down in recent years.

According to last year’s Court Circular, the Queen undertook more engagements than Prince William and Prince Harry, as well as their wives, Kate Middleton, and Meghan Markle. Compared to her workload in 2017, the Queen managed to attend 300 official events in 2018.

Meanwhile, the Queen and Prince Philip are expected to spend the majority of their days at Sandringham for the summer. For the next three months, Her Majesty will be on a vacation with her husband, but it is almost guaranteed that she will still wake up every morning to tackle mountains of paperwork. After all, she has not officially retired from public office.

On the online forum site Quora, royal fans are wondering if the Queen will ever retire and follow in Prince Philip’s footsteps. The Duke of Edinburgh announced his retirement in 2017, at the age of 96.

The Queen is only 93 years old and her role and duty to the monarchy and the royal family are much more important compared to Prince Philip. As such, it is unlikely for her to retire anytime soon.